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Tuesday, April 27, 2021
Afghanistan, Climate, Corruption, Czech Republic, Digital, Economy, Energy, Europe, EU, Germany, Global, Russia, Technology, Ukraine, UK, US, Western Balkans

Must-Reads
USWhich states are gaining House seats in 2022 — and which are losing out, Beatrice Jin, Zach Montellaro, Ally Mutnick and Allan James Vestal, Politico
US/Afghanistan - We Got Afghanistan Wrong, but There’s Still Time to Learn Something, Jason Dempsey, Politico
US/Western Balkans - Biden and the Western Balkans, Vuk Vuksanovic, War on the Rocks
Corruption/EuropeHow to fight corruption and uphold the rule of law, Carmino Mortera-Martinez, Centre for European Reform/Open Society Institute
EUBrussels concedes coronavirus travel rules could crumble, David M. Herszenhorn and Jacopo Barigazzi, Politico
EU/Digital The fundamental conflict in the debate on platform content, Frederik Erixon, Encompass
EU/Technology - The EU path towards regulation on artificial intelligence, Valeria Marcia and Kevin C. Desouza, Brookings
UK - Moving Past the Troubles: The Future of Northern Ireland Peace, Charles Landow and James McBride, Council on Foreign Relations
UK/EU/GermanyGermany, the EU and Global Britain: So Near, Yet So Far: How to Link “Global Britain” to European Foreign and Security Policy, Claudia Major and Nicolai von Ondarza, SWP
Germany/US/Energy - Line of argument: Why Berlin and Washington should compromise on Nord Stream 2, Rachel Rizzo, European Council on Foreign Relations
Russia/ Czech Republic - Russian State Terrorism Has Triggered the Biggest Fallout with the Czech Republic since 1989, Adéla Klečková, GMF
Russia/Ukraine - All Quiet on the Eastern Front, Edward Lucas, CEPA
Climate/Global - The Geopolitics of Climate Change, Frans Timmermans and Josep Borrell, Project Syndicate
Global/Economy - The New Age of Autarky, Scott Malcomson, Foreign Affairs

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